Linux Kamarada

On the previous post, we booted our Raspberry Pi 4 with an openSUSE image. Unlike Raspbian, openSUSE doesn’t show us a first-time configuration wizard. So, let’s see what are the first things we need to set up on our Raspberry Pi with openSUSE so that it’s really ready for everyday tasks.If you landed here without...

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Did you know that it’s already possible to run openSUSE on a Raspberry Pi 4? The first time I wrote about this credit-card sized computer, a year ago, its fourth generation was not yet supported by the openSUSE Project. At that time, anyone wishing to use a Raspberry Pi 4 as a desktop would have...

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openSUSE Tumbleweed works well on the Raspberry Pi 4 (and also on the brand new Raspberry Pi 400), although hardware support for it is still being developed, so a few features such as Bluetooth and sound still don’t work. But recent Tumbleweed images for the Raspberry Pi 4 don’t boot. The system keeps repeatedly saying: Waiting...

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Etcher is a versatile yet easy to use tool to create bootable SD cards and USB flash drives from operating system images. It provides a clean user interface that helps you selecting the right device to write to, protecting you from accidentally wiping your hard-drive, which could cause irreversible data loss. After writing, Etcher also...

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When I started using openSUSE, back to 2012, “openSUSE” was the name of both the Linux distribution and the project maintaining it. Today, the openSUSE Project offers two distributions, called Leap and Tumbleweed. In this text, you are going to see how they differ from each other and how they were born.

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Electrum is the Bitcoin wallet recommended by the official Bitcoin website (bitcoin.org) for Linux users who are starting to pĺay with bitcoins, so they are looking for an easy-to-use wallet, but also for those who want some more advanced features, such as Lightning Network support and integration with hardware wallets. Electrum allows you to easily...

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The PinePhone is an affordable Linux smartphone created by PINE64. It is ideal for Linux fans looking for an alternative to the most common Android and iOS devices. PinePhone users have full control over the phone: in addition to the open source Linux system, it has six hardware kill switches for disabling components that are...

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The open source project youtube-dl is one of the best tools to download videos from YouTube and many other video hosting websites. But the existence of this project is under threat right now. Recording Industry Association of America, Inc. (RIAA) sent a notice to GitHub against youtube-dl and its forked repositories on 23 Oct 2020....

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It’s easy to install apps on your Android (or iOS) smartphone using the Play Store (or App Store), don’t you think? What if I told you that installing apps on Linux can be easy as well? If you use the GNOME desktop, designed for simplicity and usability, the default desktop on Linux Kamarada, you can...

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I am proud to announce that Linux Kamarada 15.2 is ready for everyone to use! Linux Kamarada 15.2 is a Linux distribution based on a bigger distribution that is openSUSE Leap 15.2. While openSUSE Leap is a general purpose Linux distro, offering a stable operating system for both personal computers and servers, as well as...

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The Linux Kamarada Project aims to spread and promote Linux as a robust, secure, versatile and easy to use operating system, suitable for everyday use be at home, at work or on the server. The project focuses mainly on distribution and documentation.

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